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First printed edition of the mid-16th-century manuscript
Preface of v. 2 signed: Gumesindo Mendoza, director del Museo Nacional
Vol. 3 has subtitle: Atlas
Vol. 2 and Atlas have imprint: México : Imprenta de Ignacio Escalante, 1880
"La precedente copia está conforme con el original que existe en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid"--Vol. 2, p. 
The present edition includes the 3 parts of the original manuscript. The first, chapters 1-78, treats the history of Mexico to the end of the conquest (1581). The second, chapters 79-101, deals with the Mexican divinities, rites, festivals and temples. The third part contains an exposition of the calendar (vol. 2, p. 247-305) and is followed by the Appendix, Explicación del códice geroglífico de Mr. Aubin, por Alfredo Chavero (172 p. at end of v. 2). The Atlas contains reproductions of the colored designs in the 3 parts of the manuscript and a facsimile of the Códice geroglífico de Mr. Aubin, the liturgical calendar known as the Codex Ixtlilxochitl, now in the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris, Mss. Mex. 65-71
"The entire edition of the first volume, with the exception of a small number of copies, distributed privately by the author, as well as the Atlas, has been confiscated by the Mexican government"--Sabin, Bibl. amer
Palau y Dulcet
LC Copy 1 acquired by the Library of Congress through Smithsonian Deposit, Mar. 17, 1883, under LC accession no. 121465
LC Copy 2 incomplete: Atlas wanting. Has original gray paper covers bound in. Acquired by transfer, Feb. 8, 1913
"The entire edition of the first volume [published in 1867] with the exception of a small number of copies, distributed privately by the author, as well as the Atlas, has been confiscated by the Mexican government."--Sabin, Bibl. amer., 1873.